Heroine: A Brooke Kinley Adventures Novella – Book Review

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Heroine by A. S. BondHeroine: A Brooke Kinley Adventures Novella by A. S. Bond

Genre: Currently #1326 in Best Sellers Rank for Kindle eBooks, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Women’s Adventures

Publisher: Castle Books

Publication Date: April 2016

Heroine: A Brooke Kinley Adventure Novella-Dark, Interesting Cover

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August 1994 in St. Petersburg of Russia saw a gaggle of pretty girls giggling with each other and flirting with the boys who pretended not to stare while they slyly appreciated the attractive young foursome. It was just too, too easy for this experienced supplier and never should have happened; but it did.

And that was the last thing Anya and Sasha or their friends knew until they were on their way to the northern tip of Minnesota in America where, terrified, Anya ran when she got the chance and fell into the lake below where Brooke and her older brother Jaime were canoeing. It wasn’t long before Brooke and her brother realized they would have a problem protecting this girl, and she was shortly turned over to the local sheriff who would contact Homeland Security for the safe return to her homeland–or so they thought.

It’s not difficult to imagine that having once rescued this pretty, young and frantic person, Brooke would continue to think and worry about her well-being. A little more difficult, however, is the concept that 18-year-old Brooke Kinley (a soon to be investigative journalist still facing her first year of college), would be capable of throwing that safety net. Unfortunately, the sex-trafficking market is very real, even in America.

Brooke is not without strong allies in the small town where her family spent summers in their cozy log cabin and is well known and supported by the good guys, which may well save the day.

A novella, the author wastes no time getting deep into the plot and the storyline moves swiftly. These are not teenagers she is facing though, and the reality would be pretty terrifying. I suspect it might be challenging for an older person, male or female and well armed, much less an 18-year-old female armed with nothing but her wits. Still, the outcome is satisfying, and as I’ve not read “Patriot,” for which this is the prequel, I am not sure how this ties in to that full and best-selling novel. I downloaded the novella free in Four Starexchange for an honest review. I obviously have a little bit of a credibility issue here, but otherwise the tale is worth the read.

Rosepoint Publishing: Four of Five Stars

A. S. Bond, authorThe Author: A. S. Bond is a world traveling writer and journalist. She has traditionally published several non-fiction books in addition to her Brooke Kinley Adventures series. Her own adventures have taken her from the forests of Central America to D.C.’s corridors. The first book in the Brooke Kinley series, Patriot, was a bestseller and a finalist in the 2015 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Ms. Bond is, above all, a wilderness survivor having canoed a remote part of Canada. ©2017 Virginia Williams I Love Likes and Comments--Please Share!

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Author: Rosepoint Publishing

I am the granddaughter of Patrick John "Stanley McShane" Rose whose books including "Cocos Island Treasure" I've recently self-published. He wrote many manuscripts, short stories, and poems. Some of the latter were included in the anthology, "Sole Survivor." My time is now spent in reading and reviews, promotion and marketing. Reviews are as important to me as you! I'm looking forward to sharing this social media odyssey with you!

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